Other Products Available at Silver.com
When you shop online at Silver.com, you are bound to notice that our selection of products is growing beyond precious metals. While investors are major buyers of our precious metal coins, bars, rounds, and statues, so too are collectors. For the collector out there, our range of additional products is growing to include other types of collectible items, many of which feature small amounts of precious metal content with unique designs. What types of products are we talking about?
A tribute round is a product similar to a gold or silver round. It has no face value, but is struck in the same format as a silver round, gold round, or bullion coin. Tribute rounds are often produced to mark important occasions, such as the centennial of a historic coin design or to mark a unique cultural event in national history. The major difference between a tribute round and a traditional round is the metal content. While silver and gold rounds have a minimum purity of .999 silver or gold, there is no precious metal content in the blank used to produce a tribute round. Most tribute rounds have a nickel-silver alloy instead of precious metals. Nickel-silver consists of 60% copper, 20% zinc, and 20% nickel.
Another new option for Silver.com customers is collector cards. It’s hard to generalize any of the details about collector cards as each series is unique. The primary appeal to collector cards are the unique designs, limited issues for each design, and limited issues for overall sets. In many cases, you can expect to find collector cards with handwritten signatures from the designer and an individual serial number on each card.
Considering Some of Our Other Products? We’re Here to Help
At Silver.com, our customer service team is here to assist you with any questions you have about our range of additional products. Please feel free to call us at 888-989-7223, chat with us live online, or simply send us an email with your inquiries. You can visit our Payment Methods page for more information regarding acceptable forms of payment, minimums and maximums applied to purchases, and any available discounts.